The Dumb Waiter

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The Dumb Waiter is a play by English playwright Harold Pinter (1930-2008) [1]. First performed at the Hampstead Theatre Club, 21 January 1960.

Production history in South Africa

1962: Presented by the University of Cape Town's University Dramatic Society at the Little Theatre in August, directed by Bill Tanner.

1977: Presented by the Rhodes University Drama Department directed by Lyrr Addison in May 1977 as part of a triple bill of one act plays including Orison by Ferdinand Arrabal, directed by Jon Maytham; Guernica by Ferdinand Arrabal, directed by Jamie Crawford.

1979: AMDA Rehearsal Room.

1980: A Baxter Theatre Production was directed by Ken Leach in a double bill with The Lover, opening 25 January 1980, starring Richard Cox and Jacqui Singer.


Inskip, 1972. p.149.

Various entries in the NELM catalogue, inter alia theatre programme of the AMDA production: [Collection: FUGARD, Athol]: 1980. 2. 9. 14.

Theatre programme (Baxter), 1980.

Barrow, Brian & Williams-Short, Yvonne 1988.

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